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Gina Rinehart Steps in to Help Concerned Parents Fight the ‘Woke’ Nonsense Being Taught at an Elite Girls’ School

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Gina Rinehart (pictured) has supported parents in their fight against her alma mater for teaching

Australia’s richest person, Gina Rinehart, is supporting parents of students at an elite girls’ school fighting against “woke” gender ideology.

The billionaire has offered her encouragement after St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls in Perth introduced “anti-Australian propaganda” that parents are concerned is being imposed on students.

Concerns came to a head after two teachers were named this year: one transgender and one non-binary.

Ms Rinehart, who is among four generations of her family to attend this prestigious university, starting with her mother Hope Nicholas, graduated from the Anglican school more than 50 years ago.

The mining magnate said News from heaven She had met with the director of Moms of America, who fight against the same ideologies in American classrooms.

Gina Rinehart (pictured) has supported parents in their fight against her alma mater for teaching “woke ideology”

The elite St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls in Perth has appointed transgender and non-binary teachers this year, causing friction in the school community

The elite St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls in Perth has appointed transgender and non-binary teachers this year, causing friction in the “traditional” school community.

“My understanding is that a rough estimate is that woke, anti-Australia and similar propaganda takes up about a third of school curricula in Australia,” Ms Rinehart said.

“So yes, if you are worried about your children and grandchildren being exposed to such things rather than facts, logic and reason, it is time for Moms for Australia to start and flourish here.”

Rinehart told the news outlet that while it’s not easy to stand up, people should consider speaking out “for the sake of our children and grandchildren.”

One parent said the situation at the school had become a “clash of values” between the “traditional” beliefs of the school community and the more “progressive” stance of headteacher Fiona Johnston.

Parents also noted a lack of discussion and consultation between themselves and the school.

Among the topics was a Pride assembly last year and gender identity lessons that showed slides telling students:having a penis doesn’t mean you have to play the role of a man… Having a vulva doesn’t necessarily mean you’re a woman and want to use women’s spaces like bathrooms.’

The school has said it does not judge anyone for their beliefs or sexuality.

The school has said it does not judge anyone for their beliefs or sexuality.

Another slide showed a “Sexuality Matching Game” that used the terms “transgender” and “cisgender.”

It is understood a classroom was reprimanded after a student used the term “sir” instead of “miss” to a teacher.

Executive director of independent think tank Women’s Forum Australia, Rachel Wong, contacted the school after speaking to concerned parents.

‘Another teacher who identifies as non-binary… girls are supposed to be referred to as Mx. “These poor young women are terrified of being accused of intolerance because of possible gender confusion,” she said.

St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls told Sky News it is proud to “offer an inclusive and progressive environment”.

The school also noted that they are an equal opportunity employer and do not judge people based on their beliefs or sexuality.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls for comment.

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